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Amazon, Twitter and YouTube at loggerheads for NFL Live Streaming Rights

Its wartime in the live streaming industry as Amazon, YouTube, and Twitter are fighting it out for NFL Live streaming rights. It was expected considering the TV viewing figures are hitting new lows everyday and major technological platforms are enthusiastic over streaming of live sports. The tech-biggies are set to bid millions of dollars for …

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TuneIn to strike deal to broadcast NFL sports programming

TuneIn which is an audio streaming service is betting on sports as the best method to increase subscribers. It is all set to announce a new NFL deal as part of its sports strategy. It currently has around 75 million active users. Subscribers that pay $10 per month get access to live audio feeds for …

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OTT Viewing trends – TiVo Report

Let’s take a look at some insights based on TiVo’s Q1 2017 Video and Pay-TV Trends report based on a survey conducted on 3,100 consumers. 1) OTT User Experience vs. Pay-TV User Experience: TiVo revealed what drives the growth of OTT services and as per their survey, 57.7% of Netflix subscribers indicated the ability for …

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Social media platforms streaming live sports, on the rise

NFL has announced that it will produce a live 30-minute weekday show for Twitter during the 2017-2018 season. Advertising spots will be offered for the content via Twitter’s Amplify programme. Plans also include giving access to viewers to live pre-game access from primetime games. The deal pops in immediately after the upcoming season’s streaming rights …

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Amazon’s NFL Thursday Night Football streaming win accelerates its live sports strategy

Amazon beat Twitter on a deal to obtain streaming rights for 10 of the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games for the 2017 season, which is indicative of how valuable the Company considers offering live sports. Amazon reportedly paid $50 million which is five times more than what Twitter paid last season. Facebook and YouTube were …

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Twitter’s new Live Streaming Stadium

Twitter’s 24/7 sports streaming plans include live games and new video network called “Stadium”. On Monday, Twitter unveiled its streaming plans to advertisers and they included live weekly games from MLB and the WNBA. While it won’t have rights to stream live Thursday Night Football games like last year, Twitter will have access to live NFL pregame video …

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Twitter out, Amazon to now stream NFL

Amazon on Tuesday signed a $50 million, one-year deal to acquire the streaming rights for NFL – Thursday Night Football. The games will be available exclusively to Amazon Prime subscribers. Amazon beat out it’s rival bidders Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to acquire the streaming rights. Twitter paid $10 million last season to provide live streaming services for the …

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NFL games to Live Streaming on China’s Sina Weibo Network

Sina Weibo, which is also called as China’s Twitter is going to host the next NFL games live broadcast including the Super Bowl. First time a sports league will live stream games on the service and Sina is also going to acquire rights to stream non-game video-on-demand clips, highlights and other NFL content. Six games have …

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CBS to Live Stream NFL Games

CBS has acquired its deal to stream Sunday afternoon and Thursday night NFL games on its subscription video streaming platform. The games will be available on CBS’s “All Access” SVOD service starting this Sunday. The pack will also host pre season an post season games that CBS already holds rights to, including the Super Bowl. All of the …

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Twitter launches Live Streaming on Android TV

Twitter expands its live streaming app onto the Android TV platform by launching an app to stream NFL games and other events. Twitter had already launched the live streaming app on Apple TV, Xbox One and Fire TV platforms early this September. Similar to the app on other platforms, Twitter Android TV version will also …

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